Author Archives: Loïc Sterckx

Create a SharePoint Communication site in CSOM

Hello, In this blog post, I’m assuming you know what CSOM is and how to use the PNP framework. You will find below the code to create a communication site in CSOM using PNP framework. Communication sites come with 3 … Continue reading

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SPO: Enforce the new UI even when clicking on Return to Classic

Hello, In the post, I will show you how you can enforce the new UI to your SharePoint Online site. I will assume that you know how to setup a user custom action running a JavaScript script on the site.

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Azure Function App: Reference a Custom DLL

Hello, In this post, I’m explaining you how to reference a custom “private” DLL in your Azure Function App. In a previous post, I taught you how to reference DLL using NuGet (https://loicsterckx.wordpress.com/2017/02/17/how-to-retrieve-nugget-packages-in-azure-functions ). Here it’s about a custom DLL … Continue reading

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Easily Deploy Your Azure WebJob With a TFS Release Definition

Hello, In this blog post, I will explain you how to deploy an Azure WebJob via a release definition in TFS Online. I will assume that you know what is a WebJob and how to manage it, but also how … Continue reading

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Azure Functions: backup your OneDrive at rocket speed!

Hello, OneDrive is a great tool and I’m for sure not somebody that needs to be convinced about that. Anyway, as Office 365 admin for instance, when your end-user leaves the company, for some company policies you might need to … Continue reading

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How to retrieve NuGet packages in Azure Functions

Hello, In this blog post I will show you how to retrieve NuGet packages in your Azure Function

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OneDrive for Business: The Admin Portal and 5 Tb as Default Storage!

Hello, Microsoft recently released the OneDrive admin portal. A lot of product in Office 365 had dedicated admin portal, but for some reason OneDrive wasn’t. You had then to work a lot with PowerShell or pass through the SharePoint Online … Continue reading

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